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Tribe bombs Mooks in Cowapa opener

Tillamook not match for Tribe in Cowapa opener
by: John Brewington WINNING THE BALL—Scappoose’s Lacey Maloney won this battle as the Tribe girls romped over Tillamook on Monday night.

The Scappoose Lady Indians scored almost at will Monday night, blowing out Tillamook 13-0 in the Cowapa League opener for both teams.

Scappoose had an 8-0 lead by halftime and practiced scoring off crosses in the second half, Scappoose coach Chris Dorough said. The Lady Indians got their first goal in the first minute of the contest when Cassidy Hoglund scored. Within the first 10 minutes they had scored five goals, two coming just 22 seconds apart.

Ariel Viera dumped in four goals in the contest. In addition to Hoglund, Charlie Davidson, Lacey Maloney, Shaylee McGuire, Julia Grabhorn and Zoey Hendryx also added goals. Morgan Tenney and Taylor Tull tagged on their first varsity goals. Viera also had five assists. Davidson and Meagan Peckover each had two assists. Hoglund, Kate Collard, Ellie Mullen, and Alix Raya each had one assist.

'We had some very nice goals off of headers and volleys,' Dorough said.  'We were able to hold the ball and hold Tillamook without a shot.  It was good to get lots of girls goals to build confidence as the league starts.'

The Cowapa League opened play on Monday. Seaside was a 4-1 winner over Astoria, and Yamhill-Carlton topped Banks, 2-0.

Scappoose is at Astoria on Thursday, and travels to Banks on Monday.

The Lady Indians are now 3-1-1 on the season. Their only loss came last Friday at Oregon Episcopal School. A penalty kick late in the game gave OES a 1-0 win.

'It probably should have ended in a 0-0 tie,' Dorough said. That match was the last non-league match for the Tribe until the playoffs begin in early November.'